Designed by Gilda Meirelles Arquitectura, the DAC Home in Sao Paulo, Brazil, is positioned on a really inclined terrain that made it difficult for the structure studio to design the house with out incorporating many stairs. As a substitute, GMA created totally different modules at totally different ranges of the land to offer distinctions to totally different elements of the house. On the similar time, the usage of stone, wooden and many glass permits the house to visually combine with its environment, creating the sensation that the house sprung out from the land.
In whole, 5 suites had been designed, separating the personal quarters from the service and social areas. An Alwitra roof over a metallic construction allowed the creation of the house’s giant plan and in addition promotes the mixing of building with the encircling setting.
Massive eaves assist to guard from the rain and solar which is vital on this particular area. To additional keep a way of cohesiveness with the terrain, the frames are all product of wooden and the metal beams are painted the identical brown because the Alwitra roof. The landscaping rounds out the house’s full integration with the land and forest.
Pictures by Evelyn Muller.